Via The Tyee:
When you think of high urban density, you might think of big land assembly projects that end up in blockbusting towers. It doesn’t have to be that way. There’s a “missing middle” between towers and single-family homes.
Urban design experts Patrick Condon and Scot Hein tour some Vancouver projects to show that density can also come at a comfortable scale, whether it’s by repurposing a car repair shop or cloning a heritage house.